A guard walks at the yard of a house destroyed by air strikes, in Sanaa, Yemen March 21, 2018. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah
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Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates gave $930 million to U.N. humanitarian efforts in Yemen Tuesday the war between an Arab-led military coalition and Yemen's Houthi rebels enters its fourth year.On Wednesday the United Arab Emirates said it had pledged 1.84 billion dirhams ($500 million), to support the United Nations' humanitarian response plan in Yemen, state news agency WAM reported.The UAE, which is part of the Arab-led coalition in Yemen, said the donation was part of the coalition's plan to provide $1.5 billion to support U.N. operations in Yemen.The war began six months later, with the coalition backing Yemen's internationally recognized government.
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